Blake Director of Information Support Services is one of 13 master educators and professional learning leaders selected to Global Online Academy's new cohort.
Heybe '29 loves soccer, karate and Power Rangers, but not naps. Naps are borrrring!
Wurtele, together with his wife Margaret, was an unparalleled champion of the arts, culture and education in Minnesota and at Blake.
John Bean '65 describes himself as an extroverted introvert who loves humor and the art of the joke.
Blake's annual tradition of celebration, community building and service takes place Friday, Oct. 6.
Dr. Anne Stavney discusses how leading schools are navigating today's charged and increasingly polarized issues.
Attend a Discover Blake event and hear about the Blake experience from our teachers, parents and students.
Once an iconic child symbol of war, Kim Phuc tells an inspiring story of courage and forgiveness unlike any other.
A panel of area experts will join author Peggy Orenstein to discuss topics related to adolescent development, sexuality, psychology and education.
Environmental Science and Photography II students collaborated with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to create informational artworks, which were on display in the Eco Experience building.
Louise Ba '20 enjoys long walks on the beach and trips to the Grand Ole Creamery for Taro ice cream.
Get involved in the classroom, at events and through a variety of Parent Association volunteering opportunities.
The Blake junior was one of five outstanding high school poets selected as a 2017 National Student Poet.
Grade dean Anne Rubin shares her tips for fellow introverts in education.
This year, Alene Grossman Sussman '95 is fulfilling her dream of entering the Minnesota State Fair baked goods competition. Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Caramel Cookie Bars, anyone?
The latest issue of Blake's magazine is arriving in mailboxes and available online.
Miller takes dry cleaning into the 21st century with Mulberrys Garment Care.
Showing a life of art through art is the focus of an exhibit that features a creation for every year of the artist's life.
Stein enlists Silicon Valley innovators to take on pressing world problems.
Tips and tricks on how to stay up-to-date on school news.
City South Magazine spotlights several outstanding students in our communities.
In his latest book, Smith makes the case for one of the most infamous figures in Russian history.
It's people, not industry trends, that drive the owner of Verdant Tea.
Seniors Abbie Nelson and Pia Phillips were featured in a recent Star Tribune article about the nonprofit they co-founded.
Experience the impact of this unique public-private partnership between Minneapolis Public Schools and The Blake School.
Twenty-six Blake Upper School students recently returned from a three-week global immersion experience in Cuba and Vietnam, made possible through the Higgins Family Global Education Fund.
According to his bio, Tommy Pan '21 is a keeper with "modest eyes that shine like the fireball in the sky" and "not even a sense of trepidation in his core."
John Ursu '88 is a lawyer at Greene Espel PLLP in Minneapolis and a dad to three daughters. You may remember him from his brief stint on PBS's "Newton's Apple."
Middle School Director Chaka Cummings was a recent guest on this podcast, which features individuals from independent schools.
Read this roundup of Blake students and faculty recognized for accomplishments in academics, arts, athletics and community engagement.